unflinching

[uhn-flin-ching]
adjective
not flinching; unshrinking: unflinching courage.

Origin:
1720–30; un-1 + flinch1 + -ing2

unflinchingly, adverb


steady, constant, steadfast, unfaltering.
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unflinching (ʌnˈflɪntʃɪŋ)
 
adj
not shrinking from danger, difficulty, etc
 
un'flinchingly
 
adv

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unflinching
1728, from un- (1) "not" + gerundive of flinch.
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Example sentences
She uses blogging to give voice to the concerns of people with serious illnesses by writing unflinchingly about her own.
The criteria for prioritizing sites are unflinchingly pragmatic.
The key is drawing unflinchingly the right lessons and making the necessary changes.
In particular, all the presenters' unflinchingly candid presentations helped all of us find paths towards best practices.
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